11.05.2011 [Bloomberg] - Senator LindseyGraham, a South Carolina Republican, summarized the frustration among some lawmakers over various programs and proposals being taken off the table as negotiations intensify over government spending. “If you can't do Medicare
08.05.2011 [Bluffton Today] - LindseyGraham told the dinner crowd he thanked the candidates who came. “To those who didn't come, you get a pass this time, but you sure as hell better come next time, because you can't win unless you come to South Carolina,” Graham said.
06.05.2011 [FITSNews] - LindseyGraham caved on opposing an ethically-challenged trial lawyer's appointment to the federal bench – one of only eleven “Republicans” to do so. We reported last month that Graham wouldn't block the nomination of truth-averse “tort kingpin” John
04.05.2011 [Charleston Regional Business] - LindseyGraham and Jim DeMint from South Carolina and Lamar Alexander, a Tennessee Republican, are introducing a bill today to protect right-to-work states from federal interference. “The 'Right to Work Protection Act,' I think, is a very solid piece
11.05.2011 [Daily Kos] - Those are fair demands, accepted by the immigration reform community, and once upon a time championed by Republicans like LindseyGraham and John McCain. But while Republicans in the House and Senate may now be held in thrall by their teabagger fringe
02.05.2011 [The Hill (blog)] - LindseyGraham (SC), a top Republican on the Armed Services Committee, is skeptical of the decision. "To me, that didn't make a lot of sense," Graham said during an interview with conservative radio talk show host Laura Ingraham.
10.05.2011 [Anderson Independent Mail] - LindseyGraham issued a statement Monday acknowledging that federal legislators are “studying this issue.” Graham is a South Carolina Republican and member of the Senate's Armed Services Committee. “While Senator Graham understands the importance of
05.05.2011 [Anderson Independent Mail] - LindseyGraham, the South Carolina Republican who recommended his former law partner to President Barack Obama for nomination, introduced Cain to the committee. Cain's 11 years as a family court judge was “the ultimate legal experience” for a potential